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of a 14-high-grade terror suspect that the united states had isolated. >> majid con will testify. it could corroborate. >> my expectation is that he is going to be a very valuable witness to the united states. >> reporter: because it could independently verify khalid as the mastermind of 9/11, without the legal entanglement of torture. alex demetrick, wjz eyewitness news. >> since his admission to plotting the 9/11 attacks, khalid sheikh mohammed says he welcomes the death penalty to become a martyr. >>> a local honor student pleads guilty today to helping a terrorist. mohammed khalid admits he helped raise money and recruits. they had been preparing to attend johns hopkins university on a full scholarship. he met jihad jane online. his sentencing date has not been set. >>> new police chief, overseeing the trayvon martin killing. more on what sanford's top cop is plan to do in the high- profile investigation. >> reporter: sanford's new interim police chief, rick myer, says he will conduct an ah to z rezoo of the myers case. myers says he wants to help heal the emotional wound caused by the
more ahead on wjz, at 4:30. >>> this is the tissue of the president of the united states. >>> new details on the controversial sale of late president ronald reagan's blood. >>> considered a hero, after helping the cia find osama bin laden. so why is he going to prison for the next three decades? >>> precedent-setting lawsuit. a texting while driving crash. now, hear who the victims are suing. eyewitness news at 4:00 continues with denise and vic continues with denise and vic when it comes to gardening, we're, well, inexperienced. is this right? right here, like this? ♪ turn that off! plants can smell our fear then miracle-gro expand'n gro made things a lot easier for us. it expands when you water it. and improves your soil. for big beautiful plants that grow up to three times the flowers and vegetables. guaranteed. we were so bad at this before. particularly you. [ laughs ] everyone grows with miracle-gro. i've got a nice long life ahead. big plans. so when i found out medicare doesn't pay all my medical expenses, i got a medicare supplement insurance plan. [ male announcer ] if
the water and takes it away from the united states but does weak on the a tropical depression probably in the next 24 hours. all of the hurricane models keep this out to sea and south of us. it is interacting with other storms around us we are getting rain but not directly from alberto. another thing with alberto. down just off the coast, it is kicking up the surf, that is one thick we are seeing over the -- thing we are seeing over the next 24 to 36 hours it will be leaving us still rain in forecast. guys. >> thank you stay with wjz for complete first warning weather coverage. log on to >>> hundreds of protestors marched outside while nato leaders made plans to end the war in afghanistan. karen brown reports for wjz with more on the nato summit in downtown chicago. >> reporter: president obama is reaffirming the promise he made to afghan president karzai, at the last nato summit. wrapping up their chicago meeting nato leaders pledged to end the combat mission in afghanistan, by the end of 2014. nato troops will remain in the country in a support role. >> as afghans stand up t
way. >> we believe adam mayes could be anywhere in the united states and we are extremely concerned for the safety of the girls. >> reporter: the fbi will continue its intensive search for adam mayes, one of the most wanted in america. he is expected of killing joanne baines and her 14-year- old daughter adrian in their home last month. and kidnapping 12-year-old alexandria,a and 8-year-old kayleah. mayes mother says he believed he was their father. >> my daughter said he lives, sleeps, eats and breathes, nothing but these two children. >> reporter: charges against mayes and his wife teresa, were upgraded to murder wednesday. teresa is seen here with the bane children, claims she saw the children killed in cold blood. both were directly part of the kidnapping of alexandria, and that she drove the youngest of the bane girls to mississippi. that's where mayes was seen last, caught on surveillance camera at a video store. >> investigators once again saw this wednesday. but say he could be hiding anywhere. >> i must emphasize that mayes also has ties to texas, north carolina, south caro
in the united states. >>> the stock market is closed for the holiday. but there is still plenty going on around the world. ines ferre has more in this money watch report. >> the markets are closed for memorial day. the rest of the week will be busy for investors. when the labor department releases new jobs data. economists expect the unemployment rate to hold steady at 1.8%. employment got a big boost. but in the past couple of months, businesses have slowed down hiring. on friday, a report found many americans believe the job market is improving. but concerns about the european economy pushed down stocks again. the dow dropped 75 points. nasdaq finished down almost 2. >>> google is being asked to remove more than a million links for its search results because of copyright and piracy infringement. according to recent data, microsoft put in the most requests. the tech giant asked them to remove over 5,000 links last month. >>> millions of americans are barbecuing today. but it's costing more. prices for steaks, burgers and more are going up. ongoing droughts across the country are driving prices
. >> mary, thank you. the disease affects between 10,000 and 15,000 people in the united states each year. >>> in tonight's wjz healthwatch, two new studies show young adults are still getting sun burned and using tanning beds. a cdc study finds half of adults studied were sun burned in the past year. even though many are using sun screen and staying in the shade more. and a national cancer institute study finds indoor tanning is still common among young adults. >>> lots of sunshine now, making for a beautiful friday. taking a live look outside. what is in store for the weekend? wjz has weather and traffic together. bob is here with the updated numbers from first warning weather. >> reminder, use the sun screen. as we have been telling you. yes. it's a nice day. but that sun can be really dangerous. take a look at radar. zip. nothing around the entire region. really beautiful out there. at 71 degrees. take a look at the rest of the reading in the area. the cool spot is oakland, they're at 62 degrees. across much of the rest of the region. temperatures in the upper 60s to the low 70s. 72,
they were arguing about. >>> practically all children in the united states use bottles, sippy cups or pacifiers. but they may not be as safe as parents think. bigad shaban reports from los angeles. >> reporter: 22-month-old morgan cheryl has a chipped tooth. >> she reached for me and fell forward and hit her face on the ottoman in front of our couch. and her bottle happened to be in her mouth at the time. >> reporter: a new journal finds in a nearly two-decade period, more than 45,000 children under age 3, went to the hospital for injuries, related to the use of baby bottles, pacifiers and sippy cups. that's approximately one child every four hours. >> reporter: the vast majority of injuries in this study were falls that children experienced. and over 70% of the injuries were injuries to the area around the mouth or the mouth itself. >> reporter: the study also found that two-thirds of the injuries were to children who were 1 year old. children who were just learning to walk and may be tripping with these products in their hands and mouths. >> reporter: about two-thirds of the inju
is thumbing his way across the united states because it is interesting who he meets. >>> still ahead at 3:00. bitten by a 300-pound algairt. why the animal attacked. and how the injured scientist is doing. >>> in oceans erupt. the verdict in a police beating on tape that shocked the community. >>> trying to restore order. the reason behind the violent protests in quebec. >>> this weather is hard to beat. can it stay this way for preakness weekend. meteorologist tim williams is updating your first warning forecast. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, >>> it's 74 degrees and sunny in central maryland right now. a biologist in north carolina is recovering after getting attacked by an angry alligator. this is tough to watch, folks. while trying to wragle the reptile. the gator lashes out, grabs the man by the arm, even takes a snap at his leg. the biologist was trying to remove the 10-foot gator from a residential area. it was eventually captured and then released back into the wild. the biologist was treated at a local hospital and released. wow. >>> the jury returns a verdict in the trial of an exhousto
don't accept the demands then i die. >> reporter: those demands call for the united states to stop drone air strikes and release all al qaeda prisoners although this is the first sign of life, the state department says it is been working to free the american hostage since last august. >> we have called and continue to call for his immediate release, and we continue to co- operate closely with pakistan authorities. >> reporter: in the video, winestein appeals to the president as a father, mentioning he also has two daughters. white house press secretary jay carney says the president is aware of the video but down the know if he watched it. >>> the u.s. government will continue making every effort to release mr. winestein released to his family but cannot and will not, negotiate with al qaeda. >> reporter: he was kidnapped from a compound in pakistan he had been living there for 5 years, working for a company that helps businesses get started he was just one week away from returning to the u.s. when he was abducted last august. at the white house randall pinkston wjz eyewitness news.
similar action and announcing it today, including france, germany, italy, spain, the united states, canada and australia. >> reporter: un peace envoy met with the syrian president. he said for the un peace plan to work, violence must stop. but syrian officials denied they were behind the massacre and blamed terrorist groups for the killings. wjz eyewitness news. >> the group is set to meet in paris in early july to try to find a diplomatic solution to the conflict. >>> it is the highest honor a civilian can receive, the medal of freedom. and today it was awarded to 13 people. >> reporter: today's recipients are a diverse of political and cultural icons. president barack obama gave out the 13 medals just a short time ago. those honored include former secretary of state madeleine al bright. astronauts john glenn and basketball coach pat summit, the all time winningest leader amongst all basketball coaches. it's awarded to extraordinary persons. >> thank you. >> for a complete list of the recipients, log on to >>> officials in canada want to know why an engine apparently fell apart o
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